Countess LuAnn: Why You Should Never Split The Bill On A First Date

Mon, June 18, 2012 11:38am EDT by Add first Comment
Countess LuAnn

The Countess is ready to help HollywoodLifers be more fabulous than ever! Check out her advice on how to land a guy and why you should always wear a bra!

TheReal Housewives of New York City star Countess LuAnn De Lesseps is ready to help HollywoodLifers with their toughest love and style questions with her weekly column. Considering how glam she is, it’s no surprise that she has the best advice ever! Check out her answers to some of your toughest questions below.

When a guy asks you out for dinner, should he pay or should you split the bill? If he doesn’t pay, is he a cheap date or does that show he doesn’t
like you?
— Jillian H. in Cleveland

Jillian, if a man asks you to dinner, he should pay the bill. By treating
you to dinner, he is showing that he’s generous and that he’s into you. I
wouldn’t reach for your wallet in any case and if he expects you to split the
bill, scratch him off your suitor list! BON APPETITE!

Is it ever cool to go braless in public, like Miley Cyrus? — Brittany D. in
Los Angeles

Brittany, it’s a good idea to wear a bra when you are out in public even if
Miley Cyrus doesn’t think so. Some dresses and tops have built in support
and you can wear those without a bra but shear or tight fitting tees always
require a bra or camisole. Why not buy a super sexy bra instead of going
without? BEAUTIFUL!

I’ve just graduated college and I’m starting to go to job interviews. What
should I wear to be taken seriously? — Courtney M. in Atlanta

Courtney, it’s always better to overdress than under-dress when
interviewing for jobs even if the dress code once you are hired is “business
casual”. Buy yourself a well-made suit in a quality fabric and wear closed
toed pumps with a three inch or less heel. You can accessorize with a
necklace or scarf but no large earrings or oversized rings. YOU’RE HIRED!

— Countess LuAnn De Lesseps

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